Great Mysteries for Children

Recommended mysteries for children.

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The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn
Artist/Author/Cast:
Hoobler, Dorothy; Hoobler, Thomas
Call Number:
JF Hoobler
Description:

Seikei sees a ghost steal a jewel that belongs to a great samurai, and he must help catch the thief.

The Half-a-Moon Inn
Artist/Author/Cast:
Fleischman, Paul; Jacobi, Kathryn (Illustrator)
Call Number:
JF Fleischman
Description:

Adventure and danger await Aaron, a boy who cannot talk, when his mother disappears and he goes to seek her.

The Jaguar's Jewel
Artist/Author/Cast:
Roy, Ron; Gurney, John Steven (Illustrator)
Call Number:
JF Roy
Description:

Dink and his friends try to find a missing emerald.

The London Eye Mystery
Artist/Author/Cast:
Dowd, Siobhan
Call Number:
JF Dowd
Description:

When their cousin disappears, Ted and Kat must work together to figure out what happened to him.

The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog
Artist/Author/Cast:
Erickson, John R.; Holmes, Gerald L. (Illustrator); Erickson, John R.
Call Number:
JF Erickson
Description:

In this funny mystery, Hank, Head of Ranch Security, becomes the first suspect in a murder case he is investigating.

The Raven League: Sherlock Holmes is Missing!
Artist/Author/Cast:
McCay, Bill; Simmons, Alex
Call Number:
JF Simmons
Description:

When Holmes disappears, young detective Archie Wiggins investigates the case.

The Secret of Gumbo Grove
Artist/Author/Cast:
Tate, Eleanora E.; Tate, Eleanora
Call Number:
JF Tate
Description:

As Raisin helps clean up the church cemetery, she hears about a mystery surrounding her town.

The Secrets of Vesuvius
Artist/Author/Cast:
Lawrence, Caroline
Call Number:
JF Lawrence
Description:

Roman sleuth Flavia Gemina and her friends visit Pompeii, just before Mount Vesuvius erupts, in this historical mystery.

Three Times Lucky
Call Number:
JF Turnage
Description:

Washed ashore as a baby in tiny Tupelo Landing, North Carolina, Mo LoBeau, now eleven, and her best friend Dale turn detective when the amnesiac Colonel, owner of a café and co-parent of Mo with his cook, Miss Lana, seems implicated in a murder.

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